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KyflyinDumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothParked16-Aug-12 12:28
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KyflyinDumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothParked16-Aug-12 12:28
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Right SIde
KyflyinDumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothBuild16-Aug-12 12:28
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KyflyinDumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothBuild16-Aug-12 12:27
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Dale1416Dumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothBuild21-Jun-10 11:11
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This is actually Dumas Kit #201...."Mr. Mulligan"...a walnut scale with precision laser cut parts.
Dale1416Dumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothBuild21-Jun-10 11:09
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"Mr. Mulligan" final fitting and sanding.
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Dale1416Dumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothBuild21-Jun-10 11:08
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"Mr Mulligan" completed fuselage, wings, tail, and rudder sections.
Dale1416Dumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothBuild21-Jun-10 11:06
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"Mr Mulligan" all papered and ready for final assembly
Dale1416Dumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothBuild21-Jun-10 11:06
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After 2 coats of clear dope, I brushed on Testor's 1144 Gold enamel for the trim color. Then masked off the gold and spray painted the entire model with 2 coats of Krylon gloss burgundy.
Dale1416Dumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothParked21-Jun-10 10:58
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This is actually Dumas Kit #201...."Mr. Mulligan". I remember seeing a beautiful model on Virtual Aerodrome done in the burgundy and gold paint scheme. I liked it so much, I decided this "Mr. Mulligan" plane kit with it's radial engine, would be a good model for that color combination. After 2 coats of clear dope, I brushed on Testor's 1144 Gold enamel for the trim color. Then I masked off the gold and spray painted the entire model with 2 coats of Krylon gloss burgundy. I had some gold colored pin-striping that I had used on my Dodge Dakota truck years ago, so I used this to trim up "Mr. Mulligan". The engine cowl was a painstaking job, but it sets off the model.
Dale1416Dumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothParked21-Jun-10 10:32
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This is actually a Dumas Kit called "Mr Mulligan". It's a walnut scale. The kit number is Dumas #201. I couldn't find this kit on the site, which is why it is listed under this particular Dumas Kit and not the correct one.
TJHDumas Kit #208, Walnut Tiger MothParked11-Mar-09 22:28
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Potential good flyer; good indoor test glides
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